> xvdj          202:144  1 931.5G  0 disk
> ├─xvdj1       202:145  1     1G  0 part
> └─xvdj2       202:146  1 930.5G  0 part
>   └─Templates 253:0    0 930.5G  0 crypt
> When i ls ~/Templates it shows nothing. 

You have successfully decrypted the partition, but not mounted to

> I guess part of my problem is that LVMs make no sense to me, or more
> accurately confuse me so the accessing LVM logical volumes is where my
> understanding decreases precipitously - I thought I was using an AppVM
> but LVM does not seem to be automatically discoering my LVM config?

The commands you are looking for are `lvscan` and `vgscan`, which should
populate the LVM disks in your `lsblk` output above.

For the private volumes, you should be able to then directly mount them
with `mount /dev/qubes_dom0/vm-<vm name>-private /<location to mount
to>`. So if you want to mount a VM called "vault" to "~/Templates" it
would be `sudo mount /dev/qubes_dom0/vm-vault-private ~/Templates`. At
this point, your files from just the VM "vault" are available in

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